On March 11, voters will choose either Paul E. Ray or Yolanda Roman as their next representative for Ward Three. We asked them each the same set of questions.Read More »
Tuesday, February 18, a representative from every Gulfport city department was present to give their yearly review for 2019 ...
Gulfport's Peace, Love and Pride Festival was host to new and long-standing supporters of the local LGBTQ community on February 16 ...
The people have spoken and Gulfport has elected several new furry ambassadors and officials who will all represent the city for one year ...
A group of six volunteer citizen scientists recently checked the progress of nearly 400 vertical oyster gardens installed at the Gulfport Municipal Marina ...
Stetson Law students, St. Petersburg Bar Foundation and volunteer attorneys have assisted veterans in preparing free simple wills and health directives ...
University of South Florida St. Petersburg students teamed up with Ingrid Bredenberg, organizer of Gulfport Votes 100% ...
On March 11, South Pasadena voters (precinct 214) will elect two commissioners.Read More »
Lynn Jasmin, a native Boston artist who moved first to the Florida Keys and then Gulfport, said she moved to Gulfport because it reminded her of the Keys.Read More »
Former St. Pete Beach Mayor Ward Friszolowski took the oath of office for the District Three commission seat.Read More »
Why is there no MLK named street in Gulfport? Why is there no MLK parade?Read More »
Elizabeth Neily explains the basics of knitting to at the Fab Kidlets class at Fab Fibers in the Art Village Courtyard.Read More »
Does the city of Gulfport actually pay for rodent control?Read More »
After Southwest Florida Water Management District completed its work redesigning water flow, Gulfport city council agreed to hire an outside firm to research the history and science of Clam Bayou.Read More »
St. Petersburg police recovered the Mazda 6 used in the stolen car/officer-involved shooting at the Quick Stop at 1440 49th Street.Read More »
Why are residents charged a base fee for water usage?Read More »
St. Petersburg's new mayor, Rick Kriseman, was sworn into office Thursday, January 2, 2014, on the steps of City Hall. Read a transcript of his remarks at the ceremony.Read More »
Read an open letter from former St. Pete Beach Commissioner Marvin Shavlan.Read More »